Accurint® Crime Analysis software for predictive policing software is a secure online dashboard that enables crime data sharing, pattern analysis, crime mapping, predictive crime analytics and reporting for law enforcement. Users can view, analyze and download crime and call data from agencies in their region or even agencies across the nation. Crime data is automatically extracted and cleaned from disparate data sources to improve data quality standards and promote multiagency collaboration. It also provides law enforcement with dashboard analytics, mapping and reports to help analysts, investigators and decision makers striving for data-driven to support your predictive policing initiatives.
The benefits of Accurint Crime Analysis predictive policing for analysts and investigators:
The benefits of Accurint Crime Analysis predictive policing for command staff:
Accurint® Crime Analysis predictive policing combines data from disparate data sources into a seamless, standardized data set that makes it easy to view, analyze and share data between departments. It is updated through an automated data feed that works with any CAD or RMS. The extracted data is saved locally within the agency, then the data is pushed into the Accurint Crime Analysis system. The solution is never directly connected to a law enforcement data system.
Accurint Crime Analysis creates meaningful graphs to help law enforcement visualize crime patterns and trends across jurisdictional lines. With over 200 analytical features, this invaluable predictive policing tool gives users the ability to analyze nearly every aspect of an agency’s data. Crime hotspot maps and custom predictive policing analytical models can be created with one-click against any data on the map, even data spanning multiple jurisdictions.
The advanced analytical capabilities show how crime or calls for service have changed over time and across an area. It allows agencies to discover temporal trends within any set of data. Accurint Crime Analysis predictive policing software can also be used by police to predict future hot areas to deploy resources to where crime will happen. These components place resources in the right place at the right time.